Liveaboard diving in

Koh Lipe

Must see
Abundant sea life
Koh Lipe's dive sites are characterized by their vibrant coral reefs and diverse marine life. The underwater landscape includes gentle sloping reefs and some deeper spots with more challenging currents, suitable for different skill levels. Many sites are close to the island, offering easy access for divers. The reefs are well-preserved, with a variety of corals providing a habitat for a wide range of marine creatures. The area's clear waters make it a fantastic destination for underwater photography, capturing the vivid colors and dynamic marine life

When To Go Diving

The best time to dive around Koh Lipe is between November and April. During this period, the weather is more stable with calmer sea conditions, making it ideal for diving. The monsoon season, from May to October, can see rougher seas and reduced visibility. The average sea temperature around Koh Lipe ranges from 27°C to 30°C (81°F to 86°F), offering comfortable diving conditions. Visibility is generally good, ranging from 10 to 30 meters, and is at its best during the dry season (November to April)

What to see

Koh Lipe's dive sites are rich in marine biodiversity. Divers can expect to see a variety of colorful reef fish, such as butterflyfish, angelfish, and parrotfish. The area is also home to larger species like barracudas, groupers, and moray eels. Soft and hard corals are abundant, and divers might also spot sea turtles, stingrays, and blacktip reef sharks